Making the World a Good Place

DEB IS CHANGING THE WORLD ONE DAY AT A TIME

Posted 4/24/2012

Deb (TO Fan/ Snowangelzz) is truly making a difference in the lives of many by doing a good deed each day!! She started this project back in June of 2008!!  She is up to day #661 of doing great things for others and being a great example for all to follow. Please visit her blog and read all about the GOOD she has done…it may give you an idea of how YOU can do the same to make the world a GOOD PLACE!!

To visit her blog, click here.  Here is the introduction taken from her blog:

“You must be the change if you wish to see it in the world.”
— Ghandi

You may think performing one good deed a day is easy. Not so much for me, I’m afraid. I’m pretty good at being nice to family and friends, but strangers? They usually terrify me. The one time I stopped to help a blind lady across the street, I was so focused on the path ahead of me that I walked the woman straight into a trash can.

So going into this, I know it won’t be easy. Let’s just say I ain’t Oprah. My “Big Give” is usually to myself — but I’m trying to change that, one small gesture at a time. I’m hoping others will join me on this endeavour and let me know any random acts of kindness you’ve tried or have been offered to you.

Thanks so much to Deb/TO Fan from Snowangelzz and keep up the great work!!!


WINNIE RECEIVES THE GIFT OF GIVING FOR BIRTHDAY AND KEEPS IN GIVING WEEKLY

Posted 4/20/2012

Food for Church Pantry

I just recently celebrated my 50th birthday.  Instead of gifts, I asked my friends to bring canned goods or non-perishable food items to donate to our church pantry that provides food weekly to less fortunate and homeless families in our parish.  It doesn’t necessarily have to be the church.  It can be other agencies, charities or shelters.  It has now become a part of my weekly grocery shopping.  I set aside $20 for food items to donate.  You could easily spend that amount buying take-out food. A little sacrifice goes a long way.


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